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AI Helps Explore Mars

AI Helps Explore Mars "I got this shot in northern Thailand by combining several individual images from a timelapse that I took of the 2018 super blue blood moon eclipse (hope I\u2019m saying that right). It really reminds me of Mars or an alien planet."

Artificial intelligence is helping scientists explore the surface of Mars, reports Jet Propulsion Lab.

Sometime between March 2010 and May 2012, a meteor streaked across the Martian sky and broke into pieces, slamming into the planet's surface. The resulting craters were relatively small - just 13 feet (4 meters) in diameter.

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